This is a wonderful article & interview with friend and photographer, William Zuback.
Briefly describe the work you do.
I am a photographer. I create portraits and staged tableaux’s that most often express idea’s and emotions of identity.
Tell us a little about your background and how that influences you as an artist.
I went to Brooks Institute in CA and received a BA in photography. I have experienced and observed society’s, individuals and families reactions to peoples identity and differences. It’s a main narrative in my photographs. It is important for me to tell my visual narratives with well crafted photographs. Process and craft is an important part of my work.
The concept of the “artist studio” has a broad range of meanings, especially in contemporary practice. The idea of the artist toiling away alone in a room may not necessarily reflect what many artists do from day to day anymore. Describe your studio practice and how it differs from (or is the same…
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